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Kim Dotcom: Setback in the fight against extradition

Friday, December 15th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

    Kim Dotcom continues to fight in court against his extradition to the United States.
                (Picture: dpa, Geraldine Clermont)
             A New Zealand court has largely rejected arguments of the Megaupload founder against his planned extradition to the United States. In February, an appeal court decides on the extradition.


        Kim Dotcom has suffered a setback in his fight against imminent extradition to the US authorities. A court in New Zealand on Friday accepted a motion from US officials and dismissed most of Dotcom's objections to the extradition order. Accordingly, at a hearing before the Court of Appeal in February, only one of the original eight objections will be discussed.
US demands extradition Since the shutdown of the film host Megaupload, behind which Kim Dotcom was stuck, the US authorities are carrying out his extradition. In 2012 there was a raid on the estate of Internet millionaire in New Zealand. The authorities seized evidence, electrical appliances and assets. The US is demanding the extradition of Dotcom and want to make the German man the process, inter alia, because of fraud and copyright infringement.
At the end of 2015, a New Zealand court ruled for the first time that Dotcom could be extradited to the US authorities. This ruling was upheld in second instance in February 2017 by the High Court. In February 2018, the matter will now be heard before the Court of Appeals. In parallel, Dotcom fights on several fronts for his confiscated assets.
The raid was legalDotcom's defense was essentially based on the fact that the search warrants of the New Zealand judiciary, which had raided his estate, were unlawful. Dotcom's lawyers had already attacked the resolutions in the past, but the Supreme Court eventually dismissed the complaints. For the appeal hearing Dotcom wanted to reintroduce these arguments, which the court rejected with reference to the decision of the Supreme Court.
Sometimes what looks like a loss is really a win ὡc
– Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) December 15, 2017Dotcom, who was born as Kim Schmitz in Germany and in this country in Hackerkreisen also as "Kimble" was notorious, expressed itself on Twitter cryptically on Friday: "Sometimes that is what like one Defeat looks, in fact a victory. "




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